Asha is the Queen of the Fey, genetically engineered immortal humans who feed on human souls to survive. But she’s running from her people. When she is found by her enemy, one of the Hunters of the Fey, she expects to die. Yet he’s oddly intrigued by her, and Asha finds herself falling in love with him, hoping she can find safety and the home she’s been seeking. Then she’s kidnapped, and everything changes.
Fallon is a Hunter. She’s looking for her long-lost sister, using an addictive drug to search through the stream of time. Her addiction leaves her dangerously exposed to her enemies but, consumed by her search, she doesn’t care…until her fellow Hunters start dying from a mysterious illness. She is torn between duty and desire, and must find an answer before they all die.
What Fallon doesn’t know is that Asha might just be the key to saving them all, if only she can find her.
And time is running out.
PLEASE NOTE that this book contains explicit language, explicit sex, and graphic violence. It isn’t suitable for those under 18.
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About the Author
I am a poet and novelist living in Michigan. I'm married to a wonderful man and we are owned by a cat, Hailey, who is part vampire.
I am an author assistant to four authors, a freelance editor, and an e-commerce consultant, which keeps me really busy. In my spare time (what's that?), I write madly. I also enjoy photography, music, language learning (my current challenge is Romanian) and, of course, reading!
I am terribly hard to scare, love a damn good story, and want to be a full time novelist when I grow up. I self-published my first novel, Fey Touched, through Turtleduck Press in 2012, which started this crazy journey. I now have nine books published and I don't think I'll ever stop. 😉
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